Five guys, 20 monitors and 15 computer stations are all quarantining in one 15x25-foot living room to produce esports tournaments for gamers around the country. This is the current set-up for Allied Esports and HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas, which decided to bring its typically in-person tournament series online at the onset of the pandemic.
To continue providing entertainment to its esports community throughout the country, both companies launched a brand-new online tournament format.
Gamers now have the chance to experience the Arena and Allied Esports from home with daily esports tournaments presented by HyperX featuring prize pools (cash and HyperX products) and streamed broadcasts on both companies Twitch channels.
The tournaments are open to everyone, and since debuting they’ve had notable players including Buffalo Bills player Dion Dawkins and Raiders’ Jonathan Abram join in the competition. Some of the notable tournaments include:
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Warzone
- Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Search & Destroy
- Rocket League
- League of Legends
- Teamfight Tactics
- Rainbow Six Siege
To check out and register for upcoming tournaments, players can visit hyperxesalv.com.